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Cowboy at the Wedding

I fell in love with the heroes from my August, September, October and December books. All four are exceptionally strong, dependable, caring, though sometimes a little stubborn.

In COWBOY AT THE WEDDING (Sil. Rom. #1171, Aug), a sexy cowboy and a city lawyer don't have much in common when they meet at a friend's wedding, until Miranda (Randi) Sinclair offers Cade Gallagher (the best man) help with his sons. His three renegades have run off many housekeepers and Cade is at his wits' end. Not only does Randi tame Cade's sons and form lasting bonds, but she also persuades Cade to believe in dreams again.

COWBOY is set in Montana where winter snow comes early and families work together to succeed. I made several wonderful contacts as I researched the setting. When I started, I only knew the basics about ranching, but by the time these ranchers and their wives answered my questions and related their daily struggles and joys, I had gained new respect for this way of life.

COWBOY AT THE WEDDING also introduces Gavin Bradley and Nathan Maxwell. In MOST ELIGIBLE DAD (Sil. Rom. #1174, Sept.), Gavin reunites with a lost love. Nathan finds love in A GROOM AND A PROMISE (Sil. Rom. #1181, Oct.) when he proposes marriage to keep a child and mother together.

Logan MacDonald, the hero and sheriff in THE SHERIFF'S PROPOSAL (Silh Spec. Ed. #1074, Dec.) discovers there is more to life than duty and responsibility. Meg Dawson, an expert at interpreting people's words, teaches Logan about interpreting matters of the heart and helps him reestablish his relationship with his teenage son.

I would enjoy hearing from readers who want to tell me which hero they like best and why. Write to me at P.O. Box 1545, Hanover, PA 17331.

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